Cheerfully bright, double blooms in solid red, yellow, orange, pink and white are borne on 18-inch tall plants. This dwarf dahlia is superb in beds and border plantings. Outstanding cut flowers. Blooms midsummer to frost.
Plant seeds outdoors after the last frost in well-drained soil enriched with bone meal and compost. (Seeds may be started indoors in peat pots 8 weeks earlier.) Sow seeds, cover lightly and keep moist until seedlings are established.
Water when the top 2-inch layer of soil is dry. Mulch to keep roots cool. Remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering. Tubers can be dug and stored in the fall.
Height: 18 to 18 Inches
Days to Sprout: 7 To 14 Days
Planting Depth: 0.125 - 0.125 Inches
Plant Spacing: 2 - 3 Inches
Spacing After Thinning: 12 - 12 Inches